Story of the return of political scientist Rangin Dadfar Spanta to Afghanistan following 25 years of living in exile in Germany reps a timely inquiry into a topical subject: difficult attempts of a…
Bound for Sundance after its international premiere, collage film reps old-school, verite-style filmmaking, well intentioned but ultimately flatly executed. It ends up like an arty Discovery Channel…
This year's docfest featured a number of provocative features set in and around Israel-Palestine but none quite as oblique or peculiar as doc-maker Jeppe Ronde's highly personal essay. Pic's…
The familiar theme of the wide cultural abyss between Indians who are FOBs (fresh off the boat) and American born provides the premise for frosh scripter-helmer Manish Gupta's amiable if…
A Latvian documentarian's "All That Jazz," Herz Frank's meditation on his life and art, with his open-heart surgery the showstopper, can be as annoyingly self-indulgent as it is sporadically…
The Berlin Film Festival continues to firm up its schedule: Production design legend Ken Adam will talk about his film sets in the Berlinale Talent Campus section, while children's sidebar the…
The British Short Screenplay Competition began accepting entries for the 2004 competition on Monday.
When it came time to make their TV nominations, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s Golden Globe voters stood up for the underdog.
"Cold" is hot and little films are big in the 61st annual Golden Globe nominations. Miramax's "Cold Mountain" led the film race with eight noms, followed by "Lost in Translation" and "Mystic River,"…
On location in the U.K., Jude Law took a break from shooting "Alfie" to revisit "Cold Mountain."
As its placement in the Venice Film Festival suggests, "Italian South East" charts new territories, but the road it wanders down is too convoluted to allow for many meaningful discoveries. Combining…
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